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Beach, North Dakota
August 16, 1934     Golden Valley News
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1934" f TI~E BEACH, N. D., ADVANCE STUBBLE FIELD ASKED FOR Relief Agent Nordby Asks Use of Roughage on Stubble Fields For Relief Purposes. I am in receipt of a letter from A. Wllison, administrator FERA North Dakota, in which he "The problem of supplying rough- for North Dakota livestock is increasingly serious. Every of forage of any kind should be says Einor Nordby, relief worker. It will be possible for us to organ- work relief projects to gather roughages as available and not be otherwise conserved. many areas of Golden Valley there is virtually no rough- whatsoever. Farmers in these are faced with the danger of forced to dispose of all their which would seriously chance of getting back their feet when this period is passed. We therefore make this plea to and all farmers in Golden Val- county: If you have a field of and thistles which you do need for your own use will you us to cut and stack such of It as can be used for roughage the time this winter when be sorely needed. Combined fields where the stubble high will provide considerable and may be the means of the cows of some less fortun- neighbor. Will you farmers who have a sur- of roughage of any kind which do not plan on cutting notify County Relief office at Beach advise us of the number of and the probable tonnage might be secured. All such will be greatly appre- a farmer from the part of the county as to stand of grain on his ~arm and of getting forage enough the winter. "Well, as to the said he, "it's not so bad; of it is about twu inches high then of eom~ some of it Js short/' BRO~ 3&IL hobo who has been held in about a week for robbing the G. A. store took French leave ; night and his departure is not lamented. He was al- to go to the closet, where is a window fastened by a but the fellow, so we are in- managed to twist off the his liberty througl~ MARKETS We/ImmK~y Noon wheat .............. $ .94 wheat ................. 83 wheat ................ .89 ~o,o,,oooo,.,,, ..... ..... 1.P/0 ..... ~,o..,,.o.o .66 ,,,, ooo ooo,o,.o ,., o,,o .39 .o.oo .o.~o,,,,,..o, .20 (in trade) ............... 11 .......... sweet 24c; sour 92c :T.E:cHuRc"ES UNITED BRETHREN CHUF~H W. B~ Nelson, pastor 10:15 Unified service. Worship and Bible school. Sermon, "God's Grace." 8:00 p. m. evening worship. Ser- mon, "The Sin Question." 8:00 p. m. Thursday prayer ser- vice and Bible study. 3:00 p. m. service at Trotters. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH "The Friendly Church" Rev. C. G. Ellinger, Pastor 10 a. m. Church school. 11 a. m.' morning worship. Topic: "Christ a Man." Missionary Society meeting on Thursday at Mrs. C. C. Hollstein's. Sentinel Butte: Morning worship at 9:45 a. m. UNITED LUTHERAN CHURCH P. A. Gisvold, Pastor August 19th Ollie: Worship, 110:00 a. m. Carlyle: Worship, 2:30 P. m. The L. D. R. meets Saturday the 18th with Myrtle Cleon. All are welcome. M. E. CHURCH E. V. May, Minister Church school 10:00 a. m. Worship 11:00 a. m. Sermon: "Life is Worthwhile." ORDER OF MASSES St. John's Churr.h, Beach, N. D, 1st Sunday, 8:30 a. m. 2rid Sunday, 10:00 a. m. 3rd Sunday, 8:30 a. m. 4th Sunday, 10:00 a. m, St. Michael's, Sentinel Butte, N. D. 1st Sunday, 10:00 a. m. 2nd Sunday, 8:30 a. m. 3rd Sunday, 10:00 a. m. 4th sunday, 8:30 a. m. Wm. Fred Hake, Pastor. Bargain price on superla insect spray. Pints, 39 cents; quarts, 59 cents; gallon, $2. At Rice Drug Store. 15-I~ ADD TO WEEK AT BISMARCK Acting Governor Ole H. Olson Tuesday moved to shut off the flow of money to ousted Gov. William Langer and the "Leader" from state employes, who pledged five percent of their annual salaries under the previous rgeime. In an executive order, Acting Governor Oison directed cessation of the payments, which according to statehouse reports have steadily been made despite the change in administration. "All employes are hereby lnstr~t- CAMERAGRAPHS HARRV RICHMAN, who broad- casts every Wednesday~ night to millions, pilots his own amphibian Diane for r0oroatio~. He is an ex- pert pilot. His plane has room for ten passengers. ,., ed to refuse any further payments} under the~ pledges should they so|Rathbun and desire," said the governor. "It is the constitutional right of Mr. and any person to voluntarily contribute children of money to any purpose if he so de- of Trotters, sires, but there can be no toleration er's niece, of continuation of payments bY state family, employee under fear of losing their Jobs, or fear of political vengeance, if they fail to 'contribute'." Contributions to the Langer de- tense fund headed by State Senator A. F. Bonzer, Jr., are reported to have exceeded $15,000. ~e money has been collected in ~'dges among supporters of the ~jd~ger group. Don't th ar- dance at fred Nunbe~g'jfbarn, August 25. Seven mfles[~uth of Wibaux, Mon- tana Iv 1~2p Read it in the Advance first. CANNING FRUIT last car for the season. Best dozen ..... 39c solid, bunch ....... 3c .13c e ..... 9C ..... 23c 2 lb. ...... 25c Maid cake IT'S ALWAYS FAIR"WEATHER when ~locd cooks qet togotherl Hero are three of them~lrsne ~ubbaro, m,s. tress of ceremonies on the Friday daytime program. Maria's Certo Matinee, Frances Lee Barton, celebrated culinary expert, and Mrs. William H. 9ieste~', Jr., of Philadelphia, national pros dent'of the American Legion Auxiliary. Mrs. Blaster, who was a guest off Maria's show recently, is leading the campaign of her organiza- tion to make 1~000,000 glasses of Jelly, for welfare work, by October 1, ROBOT RADIO tunes out of stations alone. A which tunes itself on and off differont stations according to a pro.selected shodule, starting and stopping and changing programs, automatically over a twelve hour period, has been perfected by A. Atwater Kent, engi, neor and manufacturer, mrs. Ray of ttte musical comedy shown setting the tune-o. for a twelve-hour run from hop newsPaPer'0 program roommen- T. Reynolds Co. WESTERHEIM Oene Ounkle and Buddie of the Donald Short ranch riding for cattle in the vicinity FridaY. The men working grade west of the past week Chesty, Geo. Coyle, John ~athbUn, J. R. AMERICA'8 I [1 ~ contest held in the nature of a rodeo I Butte vicinity, where Mr. and Mrs. was held at the picnic at the Mat.I Albert Still and family made their Brown rancl~taSt Sunday whichwas home until recently, when they by those present, moved to the Pete Barthel farm. at the Clar- The Cramers expect to be here for ~nce Satre home on an indefinite length of time. Albert and Albert Mrs. Leo Sperry and daughter, visited at Ted Cook home Clara, Fran Beeler, daughter, Rosin, past week. son Frannie spent Sunday via- Andrew Wight relatives at Wibaux. son James attended Mr. and Mrs, A. F. Doblar were ..... WE i Sunday. returned where she funeral of who Cook. rodeo at Mat Brown's at last Cook Ralph Mcsser finished cutting at the Ray~Kukowskl been to Mosser wlll~vinter mother, Chas. Percell away a~ of Sentinel Cook Jr. who has been hte J. E. returned Albert Johnson and Stuart Bron- son returned from a trip to the River, bringing back a bunch of cattle, which they got near the Frank Halfhide ranch. The wedding dance held for Mr. and Mrs. Everett Pisheck, at the Jack pisheck home, was largely at- tended by friends of the couple. The picnic held at the Mat Brown home was well attended by people of the Westerheim vicinity. Six gal- lons of ice cream were served by Mrs. Brown and her servants, in the afternoon. The guests departed in the evening and pronounced Mr. and Mrs. Brown royal entertainers. Several families from near Saddle Butte were plumming near the river last Sunday. Among the party were Mr. and Mrs. Wendall Youells, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Abraham and chil- dren, Mr. and Mrs. Arvtd Abraham and children and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Doblar. Donald Buell is helping at the John Will home at present. Harry Lowman and Bob McLeod came uP from the river last Wed- nesday. Harry will remain at home for the present. Mrs. Hary Hopper of Belfleld is visiting at the home of her grand- son and family, Mr. and Mrs. David Dietz. The farewell party given for Frank Morris and Stuart Bronson at the We~erheim school -house was well attended and everyone present report having an enjoyable time. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gallus and son Lester of Midwest, Wyo~, passed through Westerheim recently on their way to the John ~alkman and Richard Moore homes. They were returning to their home from two weeks spent at Independence, Wise, and at Courtenay and Ender- lln, N. Dak. Mr, and Mrs. G~llUs have done exceedingly well since they have been making their home in Wyoming in the oil fields. Announcement of the government owned ranches in the park area puzzles the old ranchers. Some are Mary MeCaskey. Messrs. Barley and of WibaUx were the Fran. Beeler afternoon. B. J. McDanold, oral bruises, last car upset while home from present. Mr. and daughter, was visitors Saturday. Mr, and Mrs. Bill Ziusll were Beach visitors Thursday and were supper guests at the Roy McCaskey home. The many friends in the corn- Mr, munlty of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Koshney at the were to hear of the their little son, miles north sympathy is callers to the Mr. and Mrs. Ed were the home evening. Mrs. Bceler and Fran. daughter Ros- son Leo Sperry," Clara Hank Beeler to last Wednesday spent the day. Justin and ~ene Russell have been several da~s at Hill home while ptttting Tobias One of the Advance employes, re- turning from an office trip to Golva panted by Mrs. Tobias' mother, Mrs. by car the other day met Up with A. O. ROof, and Mr. Weiss, drove to an oil truck going the same way, Sidney last Sunday where they spent but keeping to the center of the road the day. in spite of the horn, forcing the car Mr. and Mrs, Joe ~mer arrived plump into the truck and a whole in Beach last week from their home in Beloit, Wisconsin, and are re- newing old acquaintances with their many friends around Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Kramer were former rest- dents, on their farm in the Saddle lot the worst of the encounter. The office employe managed to get the car home on its own power, but mechanics will put in about $75 worth of repairs on it, which is partly coveredby Insurance. Soft, Five of Beach THE WAVE in advance : 126 SUNSET SENTINEL Dr Titzel was called out from !Beach to the home of Mr. and Mrs. i Alfred Ueckert last Wednesday to i perform an operation on the infant I son, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Berg and Alfred Ueckert went to Wibaux last Tuesday evening. They were six o'clock dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sherman. Little Vtda Smith had the exist- ence last week of stepping on a nail which caused a lot of pain. She was unable to walk for a few days. Mrs. Harold Hollar and infant daughter are guests at the home of Mrs. Henry Treater a few weeks. Ernest Feldmann did some com- bining for Charlie Smith last week. Miss Marie Smith entertained the Dorkas society at the home of her parents Wednesday afternoon. The afternoon was spent in sewing and carding wool for a comforter, A small number of members were present on account of the busy sea- size and SILK DRESSES 40 to 52 son. The visiting guests were Mrs. Frank Dykins and children andI Mrs. WilllamUeckert~and-daughter, CLASSIFIED ADS Eleanor. At th~t~se of the meet-] ing a very n~as served byi the host e,~r:~r ~ ~,,.~% ] Mrs. ~Jr~st, Murry ~d da~l~hter, Mrs. I~O~ Jepson,_~te~.tatned~e' Homera@ers club ~t~ur~lay. "~ RA'I~%--TWo cents a ~ first Rev. ~rinklein a~d v~fe of Bea~ insertion; one cent a t each were l~iday aft~noo~f and SUPl~r succeeding issue, l~ ~ it the o/ red for than 25 err. 14 the ~venin~ the baby/of are cash. ::;ii~i..:~ .,~ ~-~ Mr. ar~l Mi~J~~ert's was t~p- ~= - Alfred. t / \ / Mr. ~nd Mrs./Cha~[ie Be~ left ~ p.- Saturd morn g by fF their home l~ Velv~ after~ spe/dtng, a Inqub'e Dak.-l~o~e'Hld & Metal month ~tth tl~ir d~ug~er, Mrs. CO., Beach. If 14-1p Alfred U ckert.X._ / Mr. and~Mrs. Fredfl~acker and MIS~EOUS niece, Auto moH ms. afternoon and'~upper guests at the triclty & We~in~ractleal train- home of Mr. and Mrs. William ing. Free c~tJ~. HANSON AU- Ueek~rt. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ktrkpatrick TO & ~OOL, Box t780-x from Golva were Sunday visitors at the Charlie Smith home. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Russell and daughter Elizabeth and Mrs. Rus- sell's mother were evening callers at the William Ueckert farm Sunday. Charlie Kramer is harvesting his crop near Carlyle this week. Use of barrels in which the sodi- um arsenite used in preparing grab- hopper bait was contained is risky. The sodium arsenite is a dangerou~ poison and is difficult to completely remove from the barrels. Never before since federal weather records began 60 years ago has the heat in any one month been so in- tense over so wide an area in thi~ country as in July. Care is necessary in filling tem- 9orary silos of the picket fence type to prevent them from ]eantr~d toppling over. Weakness in ~e fencing may also cause spoilage of the silage. Fargo, N. Dak. Jl2~-Sept 15 "The M~ting of Dan Yeo~' ~ thB Story of a Fabalom Tre~e~ s Golden-Haired Prinee~ ~ ~- t~ao~ ~nd ~ me ~m s~- Begins in The .~[~e~ Weekly, the Magazine Dlst~ with NEXT SUNDAY S CHICAGO HERALD AND EXAMINER. FOR SALE POR straw , from last year. W~tl beard at auction on Monday, ~]~t 2%h, at 1:30~ p.m. One m~ east of Beach and 5 miles south. ~ John Fal~Jer, Beach. ,l-g~ TYP~WRXTE~ ~s, plain and two color, at~tl~fAdvsnce Of- flee. GIRL WANTED= for housework. See Advance. 14-2p ADVANCE ADS GET 1%m~W~'r~ Beach arlor Don', OUR SPECI/~ IS NO~./for~OOL GIRLS GI t 77' IVIITH WHEA T 1 i I For 3 bu. and 10 pounds pounds of NEVER FAIl ing to pay. NEVEl~ | Modern Mill where a| ing and quality is gSar~ service--no waiting. ~ Richardton :XCHANGE One.Dark wheat we give 98 I Fa~y Patent Flour. Noth- ~I~#f~ Flour is ground in a i~t is washed before grind- flteed. We can give quick filing Company Gem Theat W- ibaux' ! SAT.- with LANNY ROSS, BOLAND, Betty NEWS , MARY